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“Fringe cases don’t dictate the rule.”
Andy’s dad, Charles Stanley sent many to hell, convincing them they didn’t have to actually abide in Christ to be “in Christ.” “Once saved, always saved” (OSAS)!
Now, what God’s word says about homosexuality can be rejected too. Anything goes: LGBTQ+ OSAS.
“The United States has too many Sodoms and Gomorrahs.” – Tim Pool
(1:11) Transgenderism: not a fad
(2:49) Sex changes: a big money maker
(5:44) Puberty blockers
(15:22) Trans surgeries: the grisly details
(18:00) What happened to FGM?
(19:00) Muslims & Sex Changes
(20:15) Thanks, Obama
(23:19) Behold the neophallus
(29:30) The Trans Pritzker
(31:00) Trans Marxism
(36:30) Who’s profiting?
(38:10) ESG for trans
(39:47) Long-term effects
Ep. 28 Trans, Inc: genital mutilation is not just a fad. It’s a full-blown industry. How did something this demented happen so quickly? Chris Moritz has been following the money. pic.twitter.com/N2em2hbTE8
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) October 4, 2023
Topic begins at 21:29
Home Team With Liz Wheeler | PBD Podcast | Ep. 309
Tel Aviv Pride is among the biggest annual pride events in the world and as of 2019, it is the biggest in Asia.
February 14, 2023
Which city is the gay capital of the world? There are many correct answers to that question, Tel Aviv appears to be the frontrunner, according to a recent video making the rounds on TikTok.
“When God made you and me, before we came out of the womb, you know who you are and what you are. Later on when you grow up, and you see things, and you start believing that you could be something that sounds good, but you know it ain’t right, because a woman is a woman and a man is a man — that’s it.” – Carlos Santana
Andy Stanley handing out licenses of immorality, just like his father, Charles Stanley, who helped popularize “once saved always saved,” the license for immorality that’s now mainstream.
And Rep. Lauren Boebert needs to be called out, believing she can do filthy things and still be a “Christian.” She’s known for loudly standing against drag queens; though, she’s caught sexually playing with a leftist who owns a bar that hosts drag queens!
She’s a complete hypocrite, who won’t admit she seriously sinned, and many “Christians’ are defending her.
She reminds me of “Christian” Sarah Palin, whom I’ve written much about since 2008.
Broke female record by 200 POUNDS! And the 2nd and 3rd place finishers SMILED AND LAUGHED as if this was great!
If people were more interested in the TRUTH and what’s right than what people think of them, this would have stopped long ago.
Jordan Peterson: Psychology and Philosophy of Life, Part III
The concept of archetypes leads us to a key aspect of Peterson’s message, and a source of a major point of controversy, which refers to the nature and the source of the differences between men and women. The postmodern-sociological view is that humans are very plastic and much of the differences between men and women are the result of social norms and constructed realities.
In contrast, there are evolutionary psychological views that view men and women having different psychosocial architectures that result in different tendencies, abilities, and interests. Peterson believes that the idea that sex/gender differences are wholly constructed by social norms to be ridiculous. He argues that both theory and data point to important differences in a number of key domains. Men are more likely to be aggressive (especially physically), dominant, and interested in things (e.g., tools and engineering projects), whereas women are more likely to be agreeable, nurturing and interested in people. This is not completely fixed (i.e., it is malleable to some extent), but nor is it completely constructed by modern social norms.
This idea is important because it relates to a key point he makes about outcomes. We should NOT expect, according to this view, equal outcomes between men and women in all contexts. For example, we should expect to see more men interested in mechanical engineering and more women interested in early childhood education. And it means that if we see women underrepresented in engineering, we should not automatically conclude that it is a function of a sexist culture (as the famous Damore Google Memo incident makes clear), any more than we should presume that the relative infrequency of men in early childhood education is a consequence of a form of discrimination.